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Bibliography

A selection of papers and publications about interactive documentary. Most are freely accessible online, some may require institutional login.

Almeida, A.; Alvelos, H. (2010),  “An Interactive Documentary Manifesto“. In: ICIDS’10. Proceedings of the Third joint conference on Interactive digital storytelling. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Berlin. Conference Proceedings, pp 123-128. ISBN 3-642-16637-7978-3-642-16637-2:
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Aston, J.; Gaudenzi, S. (2012), “Interactive documentary: setting the field”. In: Studies in Documentary Film. Vol. 6 Issue 2:
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Choi, I. (2009), “Interactive documentary: A production model for nonfiction multimedia narratives”. In: Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, pp 44‐55.Berlin: Springer:
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Davenport, G.; Murtaugh, M. (1995), “ConText: Towards the Evolving Documentary”. San Francisco: ACM Multimedia 95. In: Electronic Proceedings, pp. 5-9:
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Davenport, G. (2003), website with the publications of MIT’s i-docs pioneer expert Glorianna Davenport:
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Dovey, J; Rose, M (2012). “We’re Happy and We Know it: Documentary:Data:Montage”. In: Studies in Documentary Film. Vol. 6 Issue 2:
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Galloway, D.; Mcalpine, Kenneth B.; Harris, P. (2007), “From Michael Moore to JFK Reloaded: Towards a working model of interactive documentary”. In: Journal of Media Practice, 8(3), pp 325‐339:
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Gaudenzi, S. (2013), The Living Documentary: from representing reality to co-creating reality in digital interactive documentary. [Doctoral Thesis].  London: University of Goldsmiths. Centre for Cultural Studies (CCS):
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i-Docs special edition” (2012). In: Studies in Documentary Film, vol 6 issue 2,  edited by Judith Aston , Jonathan Dovey and Sandra Gaudenzi.
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Lietaert, M. (2011),  Webdocs… a survival guide for online filmmakers. Notsocrazy!. With the support of Idfa Doclab.
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Observatoire Du Documental, Documentary Network (2011), Documentary and New Digital Platforms: An Ecosystem in Transition.
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Skartveit, H.-L.; Goodnow, K. (2004), “Interactive Documentary”. In: Proceedings of DigiMedia Conference, Cairo, Egypt.

Ursu, M. F.; Zsombori, V.; Wyver, J.; Conrad, L.; Kegel, I.; Williams, D. (2009),“Interactive Documentaries: A Golden Age”. In: ACM Computers in Entertainment, Vol. 7, No. 3, Article 41, 27pp.
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O’Flynn, S. (2011), “Making Public(s): Web 2.0 documentaries and social activism”. In: i-docs Symposium. DCRC – University of the West of England.
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Hosseini, M.; Wakkary, Ron (2004), Influences of Concepts and Structure of Documentary Cinema on Documentary Practices in the Internet, School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University, Canada.
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Vickers, R. (2012), “Convergence media, participation culture and the digital vernacular: towards the democratization of documentary”. In: Conference Proceedings. International Conference on Communication, Media, Technology and Design (ICCMTD).

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De la peña, N. et al. (2010), “Immersive Journalism: Immersive Virtual Realiy for the First Person Experience of News”. In: Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19, num 4. Pp. 291-301.
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Domínguez, E. (2012), Periodismo inmersivo: Fundamentos para una forma periodística basada en la interfaz y la acción [Doctoral Thesis].  Barcelona: Facultat de Ciències de la Comunicació Blanquerma. Universitat Ramón Llull.
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De la peña, N. (2011), “Physical World News in Virtual Spaces; Representation and Embodiment in Immersive Nonfiction”. In: Media Field Journal.

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Poremba, C. (2011), Real/Unreal: Crafting Actuality in the Documentary Videogame. [Doctoral Thesis]. Montreal: Concordia University.
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Poremba, C. (2009), “Frames and Simulated Documents: Indexicality in Documentary Videogames”. In: Loading… Simon Fraser University.
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Raessens, J. (2006), “Reality play: Documentary computer games beyond fact and Fiction”. In: Popular Communication, 4(3), pp. 213‐224.
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Skartveit, H.-L. (2008), Representing the Real Through Play and Interaction: Changing forms of nonfiction. [Doctoral Thesis]. Bergen: University of Bergen.

Squire, K. D.; Mingfong, J.; Matthews, J.; Wagler, M.; Martin, J.; Devane, B.; and Holden, C. (2007), “Wherever you go, there you are: place-based augmenter Reality Games for learning”. In: The design and use of simulation computer games in education. Modeling and simulations for learning and instruction. Volume 2.
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Whitelaw, M. (2002), “Playing Games with Reality: Only Fish Shall Visit and interactive documentary”.Catalog essay for Halfeti: Only Fish Shall Visit, by Brogan Bunt.
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Català, J.M. (2011), “Reflujos de lo visible. La expansión post-fotográfica del documental”. In: adComunica. Revista Científica de Estrategias, Tendencias e Innovación en Comunicación, num 2. Castellón: Asociación para el Desarrollo de la Comunicación adComunica, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Universitat Jaume I. Pp.  43-62. http://www.adcomunicarevista.com/ojs/index.php/adcomunica/article/view/26/50

Gaudenzi, S. (2013), The interactive documentary as an emergent form [Ch 1 of Doctoral Thesis].  London: University of Goldsmiths. Centre for Cultural Studies (CCS). http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/7997/

Gifreu, A. (2012), The interactive documentary as a new audiovisual genre. Study of the emergence of the new genre, approach to its definition and taxonomy proposal and a model of analysis for the purposes of evaluation, design and production. [Doctoral Thesis]. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Communication Department.

Gifreu, A. (2011), “The Interactive  Documentary. Definition Proposal and Basic Features of the  Emerging Genre“.In: McLuhan Galaxy Conference Proceedings, pp 354-365.  ISBN 978-84-938802-1-7.
http://upf.academia.edu/ArnauGifreu/Papers/1547451/The_Interactive_Documentary._Definition_Proposal_and_Basic_Features_of_the_New_Emerging_Genre

Hight, C. (2008), “The field of digital documentary: a challenge to documentary theorists”. In: Studies in Documentary Film, Volume 2 Num 1. Bristol: Intelect Ltd, pp 3-7. ISSN 1750–3280.

Nash, K. (2012), “Modes of interactivity: analysing the webdoc”. In: Media, Culture & Society, 34 (2), pp.195-210. http://mcs.sagepub.com/content/34/2/195.abstract

Scott-Stevenson, J. (2011), “The interactive documentary in a cross-platform, community context”. In: Expanding Documentary 2011: Conference Proceedings. Vol. 1, No. 2.
http://www.academia.edu/1519595/The_interactive_documentary_in_a_cross-platform_community_context 
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